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ByteDance has stepped up efforts to separate its social media app TikTok from much of its Chinese operations, amid a US national security panel's inquiry into the safety of the personal data it handles, people familiar with the matter said.
Academics say US president’s policies have been a catalyst for innovation. But Communist Party official says Trump’s role not significant enough to merit mention in official documents.
Beijing-based ByteDance is set to launch its new music streaming service as soon as next month, according to the Financial Times. The service is expected to be priced lower than the US$10 a month charged by Spotify, Apple and others in the US.
Chinese electric car startup Nio Inc and Intel Corp's self-driving car technology firm Mobileye on Nov 5 said they would partner to develop autonomous vehicles for the consumer market in China and eventually other countries.
Smartisan founder Luo Yonghao is now barred from taking flights or high-speed train trips as well as any sort of lavish spending.
Technology has given Internet giants "irresistible power" when they work in concert with governments, whistleblower Ed Snowden told the Web Summit that opened in Lisbon on Nov 4.
US brands may see a broad boycott at the world’s biggest shopping event this year as tensions between the US and China over everything from tariffs to technological dominance simmer.
Chinese shoppers say they would shun American brands during the world’s busiest 24 hours of online shopping
Up to 78% of Chinese say they would avoid buying American brands, opting instead for Chinese products, with more than half of them citing ‘patriotism’ as the main reason, according to AlixPartners’ survey. The survey of 2,000 adult Chinese consumers was conducted between Oct 2 and 7.
ByteDance Inc is focused on hiring staff to beef up its international operations before considering an initial public offering in the United States or Hong Kong over the longer term.
Facebook Inc and Amazon.com Inc set federal lobbying records in the third quarter as Washington ramps up oversight of the tech giants’ business practices.